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ZEOLITE: THE WONDER MOLECULE!

Updated: May 30, 2023



Ok, where do we begin with zeolite! It is such an amazing molecule that we would need more time to discuss all the advantages of this amazing natural substance, but we will do our best to highlight the more notable aspects. Enjoy!


Zeolite clinoptilolite is a natural form of zeolite that has been used for centuries because of its multiple health benefits. It is a mineral that is formed from volcanic ash and is characterized by its porous structure and negatively charged ions. The mineral’s unique properties make it an excellent agent for detoxifying the body and maintaining overall health and wellness.


The most common use of zeolite clinoptilolite is as a detoxification agent. It cleanses the body naturally by eliminating toxins and pollutants that have accumulated in the body over time. The mineral works by attracting positively charged ions and trapping them in its porous structure. Once these ions are trapped, they are eliminated from the body, preventing health issues that range from allergies and headaches to depression, chronic fatigue syndrome, gut issues and more!


One of the many benefits of using zeolite clinoptilolite is that it does not cause detox reactions that are often associated with other detoxification methods. The mineral’s natural ability to cleanse the body without causing detox reactions means that it can be used even by people who are sensitive to other detoxification agents.


Zeolite clinoptilolite also has the ability to reduce allergy symptoms. The mineral works by absorbing allergens such as pollen, dust, and pet dander, thereby reducing the severity of allergy symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, and itchy eyes. This property makes zeolite clinoptilolite an excellent natural remedy for people suffering from allergies.


Zeolite clinoptilolite is also known to cleanse the blood and tighten the intestinal tract. This property makes it an excellent natural remedy for people suffering from digestive issues such as bloating, gas, and constipation. The mineral’s ability to absorb toxins and pollutants from the digestive tract also reduces the risk of gastrointestinal disorders.


When using zeolite clinoptilolite, it is important to follow the recommended dosage. The recommended dosage for zeolite clinoptilolite is approximately 1 to 3 grams per day. We take ours on an empty stomach with a full glass of water. You also want to make sure you stay hydrated throughout the day as zeolite needs plenty of fluid to help the detoxification process.


There are also instances when it is not advisable to take zeolite clinoptilolite. Pregnant women and people with kidney disease are advised against using the mineral because of its potential negative effects on their health. Although in some studies, because zeolite doesn't cause a detox reaction in the body and simply cleans the body, it could potentially be used if and only if you clear it with your medical professional first.


In conclusion, zeolite clinoptilolite is a natural mineral that offers many health benefits. It cleanses the body naturally without causing detox reactions, reduces allergy symptoms, envelopes positive ions that are normally harmful to the body, cleanses the blood, and tightens the intestinal tract. It is an excellent natural remedy for people who want to maintain their overall health and wellness.


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Sources:


Sahin, M., & Pochard, I. (2016). Health benefits of natural zeolites: a systematic review. Advances in Nutrition, 7(3), 566-573.


Brufani, M., Guglielmi, G., & Pellegrino, C. (1995). Zeolite, clinical application and treatment of diseases. Minerva Medica, 86(3), 173-177.


Yamanaka, R., & Shigematsu, N. (2009). Application of natural zeolites in environmental remediation: a review. Journal of Environmental Management, 90(10), 3185-3193.


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